New York (Apr. 5)
An analysis of Catholic, Jewish and Protestant pronouncements on the moral principles of a just world order, showing general agreement on the necessity for a world-security organization, was made public by an interfaith committee yesterday.
The three religious bodies were found to be in agreement on nine recommendations for improving the United Nations Charter, including a suggestion for an international bill of rights. They also agree, according to the analysis, that “the sacrifices and hardships of this war and the need of mankind for an organized peace make it imperative that the San Francisco conference succeed and the general security organization be established.”